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I'm trying to configure Mailman on Tiger server to run with the multiple domains that are hosted on the server.Does "unable to send" mean that you get a bounce message from Postfix when you send a message to email@hidden?
I found some references to adding the virtual domains into the MM configuration file, but I'm still unable to send to the correct email address. When I created the lists, the proper email addresses were indicated in the welcome email.
In any case, what I have done is add these lines to the mm_cfg.py file (per a couple of postings I found on line).You're on the right track. Make sure that you list all of the virtual domains that you want to have a mailing list for in the POSTFIX_STYLE_VIRTUAL_DOMAINS variable.
POSTFIX_STYLE_VIRTUAL_DOMAINS = [domain.com] add_virtualhost('www.domain.com', 'mail.domain.com)
Any suggestions?Once you've added those lines, Mailman knows about it, but you have to get Postfix's head in the same space. To regenerate the mailing list virtual-domain aliases, run:
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